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A Cultural Resource Survey and Evaluation of Camp Gallent

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A cultural resource survey and evaluation was conducted at the proposed location of the Boy Scout Camp Gallent, West Point Lake, Troup County, Georgia. In the approximately 107 acres of this camp seven cultural resources were identified. These represented evidence of human occupations and activities from the Archaic to Historic times; and based on preservation and informational potentials, at least three of the resources are considered significant and could be considered eligible for the National Register of Historic Places. It is the recommendation of this report that these sites not be disturbed by any proposed activities or operations of the area as a primitive camp location by the Boy Scouts of America.